It is common for people to think that they absolutely must have an automobile to exist, or to place themselves in a situation in which they must-- a convenient excuse for justifying the luxury. Unless one lives in an area that provides a fully operational mass transit system (like NYC), owning an automobile could not be considered a luxury. For all intents and purposes, an automobile is a necessity--necessary for going to work, necessary for going to the doctor, etc.You can't possibly use the argument that "if you need a car to go to work, you've chosen the wrong job." That's plain silly.I live on Long Island, and unlike the big city, you just have to have means to get to work, shop, etc.Perhaps a "luxury car" is a luxury, one based on making a choice. But a car for transportation? That's another story. Tony...but I still am...Off2Aruba
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